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Villagers in Goa fight to keep ancient community land from university

Monday, November 21, 2016 - 05:50

Loliem, India

FOR Meena Varik, a teacher in Loliem village in southern Goa, the Bhagwati Moll plateau has always been community land meant for cattle grazing, temple processions and a wildlife reserve.

But if the state has its way, the plateau on a hillock abutting the village

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